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Take a Magical Ride in the Latest Look at Mary Poppins Returns

Disney has released a new image from Mary Poppins Returns, which showcases a ton of the new cast members having themselves what appears to be a very fun time. Disney has been a hit-making machine in recent years, the likes of which Hollywood has never seen. While doing a remake of the classic Mary Poppins would be downright blasphemous, they're doing the more acceptable but equally risky thing by releasing a sequel this Christmas. This new photo offers us a glimpse of what's in store.

The photo features some of the younger cast members from the sequel, alongside Lin-Manuel Miranda's character and Emily Blunt, who has the very difficult task of living up to Julie Andrews' legacy in Mary Poppins Returns. That said, this photo, and everything we've seen and heard for that matter, points to Blunt being perfect for the role. Her co-star Ben Whishaw seems to think so,
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Doug Liman Still Game For Justice League Dark

Though the world is yet to lay eyes on a live-action rendition of Justice League Dark, a new interview conducted by Screen Rant reveals that Doug Liman could be the one to salvage the project from the brink of obscurity.

Liman, who is currently spearheading the development Edge of Tomorrow 2 (Aka Live Die Repeat and Repeat), sat down with Screen Rant to discuss Warner’s shelved title, one which centers on a ragtag group of anti-heroes comprised of Etrigan, Zatanna, Swamp Thing, Deadman, and the chain-smoking Constantine.

It originally piqued the curiosity of Guillermo del Toro (Hellboy), who came attached to Justice League Dark circa 2013. In his short time with the live-action feature, del Toro developed a script that he was “super proud of,” before Joseph Kahn and later Doug Liman flirted with Jld. Turns out the latter is still very much interested in the proposition, as he revealed to
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Edge Of Tomorrow 2 Might Happen Sooner Than Expected!

It's looking like the sequel to Edge of Tomorrow might actually happen a lot sooner than we thought. In a recent interview with Collider, director Doug Liman said that it very well could be his next film project!

Liman previously revealed that the film would be called Live Die Repeat and Repeat and he also said that he likes the story for the sequel more than the first film. He also explained that it would revolutionize how people make sequels. As of right now, he says they are frantically working on getting the script ready:

"We’re just working on the script… [We’re no longer working on scheduling issues], now it’s down to we have a window where we could go do it, and we’re frantically working on the script. It’s one of those movies that we’ll only go make if we love the script. It’s not one of those things where
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Edge Of Tomorrow 2: new update, sequel close

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Director Doug Liman suggests that Edge Of Tomorrow 2 could now be his next film...

It sounds as though obstacles are being taken out of the way of Edge Of Tomorrow 2 happening, according to the latest update from director Doug Liman.

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Chatting to Collider about the YouTube series Impulse, Liman strongly suggests that scheduling problems have been resolved on the Edge Of Tomorrow sequel, and it’s now down to getting the screenplay in place.

“We’re just working on the script”, he said. “Now it’s down to we have a window where we could go do it, and we’re frantically working on the script. It’s one of those movies that we’ll only go make if we love the script.
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Edge Of Tomorrow 2 Likely To Be Doug Liman’s Next Movie

Edge Of Tomorrow 2, otherwise known as Live Die Repeat and Repeat, is likely to be Doug Liman’s next project.

While out promoting his YouTube series Impulse, the director revealed that, barring some unforeseen change in circumstances, Edge of Tomorrow 2 will enter production sooner rather than later, as any previous scheduling issues have since been resolved.

Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt are also locked in for the sequel – hence the original issues with scheduling, given Cruise and Blunt are two of the biggest stars in the business – while Liman has already teased that Edge of Tomorrow 2 is actually a prequel masquerading as a sequel.

Expect Blunt’s Sergeant Rita Vrataski (Aka the Angel of Verdun) to take center stage, then, as Doug Liman notes that the sequel’s script has now taken priority.

We’re just working on the script… [We’re no longer working on scheduling issues], now it’s down to we have a window where we could go do it,
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Edge of Tomorrow 2 Will Be Director Doug Liman's Next Movie?

Edge of Tomorrow 2 Will Be Director Doug Liman's Next Movie?
We've been talking about it for years, but are we actually going to see Edge of Tomorrow 2 happen? It's starting to sound much more likely. And, if all goes well, it could be director Doug Liman's next movie. But that is a relatively big if at the moment. Though, it sounds like some of the major challenges facing the sequel have been worked out.

Doug Liman recently appeared at the TCA's to promote his upcoming YouTube series, Impulse. While speaking with Collider, the director of Edge of Tomorrow gave an update on the status of the sequel and revealed that scheduling issues, which were currently a big issue, aren't really a problem anymore. It's a matter of getting the script done. Here's what Liman had to say about it.

"We're just working on the script... [We're no longer working on scheduling issues], now it's down to we have a window where we could go do it,
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Doug Liman’s next project could be Edge of Tomorrow 2

What once sounded like an unlikely dream project is now slowly becoming a reality, with director Doug Liman revealing that a sequel to Edge of Tomorrow, his much-loved sci-fi action movie, could be his next project.

Liman was speaking to Collider at the Television Critics Association in Los Angeles, promoting his new YouTube series Impulse, when he gave an update on Live Die Repeat and Repeat (the current title of the sequel, complimenting the film’s rebranding as Live Die Repeat: Edge of Tomorrow for home video release).

On the sequel, the director said, “We’re just working on the script… [We’re no longer working on scheduling issues], now it’s down to we have a window where we could go do it, and we’re frantically working on the script. It’s one of those movies that we’ll only go make if we love the script. It’s not one of those things where the
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Exclusive: Doug Liman Says ‘Edge of Tomorrow 2’ Could Be His Next Film

Exclusive: Doug Liman Says ‘Edge of Tomorrow 2’ Could Be His Next Film
Hope remains for Edge of Tomorrow 2 to become an actual movie that happens, rather than a long-hoped-for sequel that never materializes. Director Doug Liman’s 2014 sci-fi actioner didn’t explode at the box office, but it earned high critical praise and grew its legion of fans once it hit home video, offering up a smart and refreshingly unique blockbuster that stood in direct contrast to the plainness of other big-budget fare. Liman, stars Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt, and writer Christopher McQuarrie all expressed interest and desire to make a sequel, and while it’…
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Edge of Tomorrow 2 Could Be Doug Liman’s Next Movie

Director Doug Liman hints that Live Die Repeat and Repeat, the in-development sequel to his Edge of Tomorrow, could be the next film he makes. The original movie was one of 2014’s most pleasant surprises, offering a fun sci-fi twist on the time loop formula. With strong performances from Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt, Edge of Tomorrow earned widespread critical praise, but struggled at the box office due to Warner Bros.’ unconvincing marketing campaign. However, Edge of Tomorrow has earned quite the following in the years since its release, and it’s that passion that got the followup off the ground.
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John Krasinski, Emily Blunt And Ansel Elgort Are The McU’s Fantastic Four On New Fan Art

It’s now 100% official – Disney has swallowed up 21st Century Fox, meaning the X-Men and Fantastic Four are within grasp of Marvel Studios. After Spider-Man came home not too long ago, these properties were virtually the only ones outside of the company’s reach. Now, the Marvel comics universe is extremely close to being whole on screen, and we couldn’t be more excited.

After all, when it comes to the Four, at least, Fox has never been able to figure things out. The 2005 movie and its sequel aimed to replicate the bright, all-ages tone of the comics and ended up skirting Batman & Robin levels of camp and cheese. Then, the 2015 reboot ended up being even worse by trying to “Nolanize” the characters but failing miserably. What Fox should have done is pitch the Four the same way that Marvel does all their properties: fun, accessible to everyone but grounded in character.
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‘Saturday Night Live’ Review: Sam Rockwell Leads ‘SNL’ Into The New Year With a Great Episode

‘Saturday Night Live’ Review: Sam Rockwell Leads ‘SNL’ Into The New Year With a Great Episode
Saturday Night Live’ is back for 2018, and after a few much-needed weeks off, it looks like it’s got a renewed sense of focus. Though that could just be the Sam Rockwell talking.

Host: Sam Rockwell

Well, Sam Rockwell finally gave us something in his opening monologue that we were all deprived in his Golden Globe win: dancing. (Luckily, the Golden Globes win gave us his acknowledgment of how much he loves Leslie Bibb, so he didn’t need to try to sneak that in here. Though, it’s still not okay he didn’t dance at the Golden Globes.) The singing didn’t really need to happen — at all — but at least it all led to ninja fighting, old Hollywood “SNL” ladies, and Colin Jost getting “kicked” through a door. Oh, and the Rockwell splits. This number just couldn’t have ended without that old classic.

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The Last Word on ‘The Girl on the Train’

Wow, look at that, Tate Taylor got off the s***list! I’ll be damned; didn’t see that one coming. I mean, this wasn’t great, and despite Taylor’s vast improvement over his previous films, there’s still quite a few directorial and editing decision that annoy and drive me crazy, but, yeah, I enjoyed ‘The Girl on the Train‘. Quite a lot actually, which surprised me a bit, ‘cause from what I gathered, the film was not particularly well-received overall. Even the ones who seem to be praising it, seems to be looking at the piece more as good entertainment as opposed to a good movie. Some credit the fact that the original book wasn’t particularly strong to begin with; I wouldn’t know, I haven’t read it, although I suspect it’s a good adaptation. And sure, it’s probably not great material, but
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'Jigsaw' Comes Home, Plus This Week's New Digital HD and VOD Releases

Our resident VOD expert tells you what's new to rent and/or own this week via various Digital HD providers such as cable Movies On Demand, Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, Google Play and, of course, Netflix. Cable Movies On Demand: Same-day-as-disc releases, older titles and pretheatrical It (horror; Bill Skarsgård, Jaeden Lieberher, Wyatt Oleff, Jeremy Ray Taylor, Sophia Lillis, Finn Wolfhard, Jack Dylan Grazer, Chosen Jacobs, Nicholas Hamilton; available now to coincide with movie's release on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD; rated R)  My Little Pony: The Movie (animated; voices: Uzo Aduba, Ashleigh Ball, Emily Blunt, Kristin Chenoweth, Taye Diggs, Andrea Libman, Michael Peña, Zoe Saldana, Liev Schreiber, Sia, Tabitha St. Germain, Tara Strong, Cathy...

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11 Stars Get Personal on What Time's Up Means to Them--and Women Everywhere

11 Stars Get Personal on What Time's Up Means to Them--and Women Everywhere
The time to act is now. In its mission statement, the Time's Up movement founders wrote, "The clock has run out on sexual assault, harassment and inequality in the workplace. It's time to do something about it." On Jan. 1, than 300 women in the entertainment industry signed a letter of change. Stars including Jennifer Aniston, Elizabeth Banks, Emily Blunt, Laverne Cox, Goldie Hawn, Kate Hudson, Rashida Jones, Ashley Judd, Mindy Kaling, Nicole Kidman, Mila Kunis, Blake Lively, Eva Longoria, Rose McGowan, Olivia Munn, Natalie Portman, Shonda Rhimes, Zoe Saldana, Meryl Streep, Emma Watson, Oprah Winfrey and Reese Witherspoon made a "unified call" to enact change for women everywhere....
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How Golden Globe Nominee Alison Brie Fought to Be Cast in Glow

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How Golden Globe Nominee Alison Brie Fought to Be Cast in Glow
Alison Brie‘s portrayal of Glow‘s fearless Ruth Wilder earned the actress her first Golden Globe nomination — but, as it turns out, she fought hard to nab the role.

Brie, 34, covered the January issues of Gotham, Capitol File, Los Angeles Confidential and Michigan Avenue magazines, in which she reflects on her road to Hollywood.

Be sure to check out People’s full Golden Globes coverage to get the latest news on Hollywood’s big night.

Brie, who grew up in South Pasadena, California, says she was “such an annoying little performer from the time I was a small child.
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Emily Blunt In "A Quiet Place"

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Sneak Peek new images of actress Emily Blunt ("Edge of Tomorrow") posing for photographer Craig McDean, plus footage from her upcoming supernatural feature "A Quiet Place", directed by John Krasinski, opening April 6, 2018:

Blunt made her professional film debut in the 2003 TV film "Boudica", then portrayed 'Catherine Howard' in the miniseries "Henry VIII".

Her performance in the 2004 drama "My Summer of Love" earned her an 'Evening Standard British Film Award'. For her performance in the TV film "Gideon's Daughter" (2006) she received a 'Golden Globe' award for Best Supporting Actress.

For her role in "The Devil Wears Prada", she received a 'Golden Globe' nomination for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture and a nomination for a 'BAFTA' award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.

In 2009, she starred in "The Young Victoria", co-starred in the crime caper comedy "Wild Target', followed by "The Adjustment Bureau" (2011), "Looper" (2012), and "Edge of Tomorrow
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Exclusive: ‘My Little Pony: The Movie’ Clip Introduces Zoe Saldana & Emily Blunt’s Characters

If you already have plans to pick up My Little Pony: The Movie on Blu-ray or DVD, I have some good news for you: the animated adventure arrives January 9th! To celebrate its arrival, we have an exclusive early look at one of the movie's fan-focused special features that you'll find on the Lionsgate Home Entertainment release. This clip visits with the new additions to the My Little Pony family, namely Zoe Saldana as the pirate parrot Captain Celaeno and Emily Blunt as the nefarious Tempest Shadow. They join best friends Twilight Sparkle (Tara Strong), Rainbow
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Top 100 Most Anticipated Foreign Films of 2018: #23. Pawel Pawlikowski’s Cold War

Cold War

Polish auteur Pawel Pawlikowski began making films in the late 1990s with The Stringer (1998) before moving into several UK productions, including 2000’s Last Resort, and the high-profile My Summer of Love (2004), which starred Emily Blunt in her film debut and re-teamed Pawlikowski with Paddy Considine.

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John Krasinski Gushing About Wife Emily Blunt's "Superpower" Proves He Really Is Her Biggest Fan

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John Krasinski Gushing About Wife Emily Blunt's
After seven years of marriage, John Krasinski still gets starstruck over Emily Blunt. During an interview with Vanity Fair, the actor couldn't help but gush about how amazing his wife was on the set of their upcoming thriller, A Quiet Place. "The air changes in the room when she starts doing what she does," he told the publication. "It's so honest and so pure and so powerful. It's like a superpower that she can just unlock and do so specifically with not many attempts." RelatedJohn Krasinski and Emily Blunt Really Have the Look of Love Down And the praises didn't end there. While John himself is a seasoned actor, he admitted that at one point, he totally forgot he was Emily's costar, let alone her husband. "For me, I love acting and I'm so lucky to be doing it. But she's on another plane," John added. "This weird intersection happened
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The Reason Emily Blunt Refuses to Take Selfies With Fans

Emily Blunt has a very good reason for not taking selfies with people, though it’s one that a lot of people would unfortunately disagree with. First of all, a preemptive shame on those folks that don’t bother to try and understand. And now the explanation. She likes to keep her personal and her professional lives separate as much as possible. Emily isn’t naive enough to think that this can always happen since she and her husband John Krasinski are very well known and probably wouldn’t be able to go anywhere without someone knowing who they were. Plus John kind of

The Reason Emily Blunt Refuses to Take Selfies With Fans
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